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16 August 2018, Maradi, Niger - The three UN agency heads visiting some stands representing complementary nutrition activities through woman empowerment and climate change in Dargué in the Maradi region of Niger on August 16, 2018. RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, espcially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations. ©FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: nutrition center located in the Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur where displaced people receive WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition.  Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: nutrition center located in the Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur where displaced people receive WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition.  Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: a severely malnourished child at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Ahmed Hadi, 5 months old, being trated for severe acute malnutrition (SAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Ahmed Hadi, 5 months old, being trated for severe acute malnutrition (SAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Ahmed Hadi, 5 months old, being trated for severe acute malnutrition (SAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Ali Hadi, 7 months old, being trated for moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Ali Hadi, 7 months old, being trated for moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Batol Yahiya, 2 years old, being trated for moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse.  In the Photo: Batol Yahiya, 2 years old, being trated for moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) at Al Jomhori Hospital, Saada (Sa'ada), Yemen.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse. This shack is serving as temporary Al Sharf Health Center in Saada (Sajed district) where Islamic Relief provides WFP Super Cereal and Plumpysup.  In the Photo: Nasser brings Malak (11 month old) to the Al Sharf Health Center; she is tested for malnutrition and found to be severely malnourished. She is being treated with a special peanut based food provided by the World Food Programme.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Yemen, Saada (Sa'dah), Sajed district, 22 July 2018  Bombed gateway to Saada city, destroyed homes in the old town. Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is the Houthi heartland and one of the areas most affected by the conflict. Food markets, municipal buildings and transport have been destroyed from the fighting.  The rural areas of Saada have always had some of the highest rates of malnutrition in Yemen but destruction of infrastructure and displacement of people in the area has made childhood malnutrition worse. This shack is serving as temporary Al Sharf Health Center in Saada (Sajed district) where Islamic Relief provides WFP Super Cereal and Plumpysup.  In the Photo: Nasser brings Malak (11 month old) to the Al Sharf Health Center; she is tested for malnutrition and found to be severely malnourished. She is being treated with a special peanut based food provided by the World Food Programme.  Photo: WFP/Fares Khoailed
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Lebanon, Beirut, 11 July 2018  Each year, WFP runs summer nutrition camps across Lebanon. Children are invited from the 39 schools participating in WFP’s regular term-time snack programme where they receive a small bag each day containing fresh fruit and milk. At the camps, students learn about good nutrition practices in a fun environment. The camps are run by local partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) and fully funded by the Italian government.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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Lebanon, Beirut, 11 July 2018  Each year, WFP runs summer nutrition camps across Lebanon. Children are invited from the 39 schools participating in WFP’s regular term-time snack programme where they receive a small bag each day containing fresh fruit and milk. At the camps, students learn about good nutrition practices in a fun environment. The camps are run by local partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) and fully funded by the Italian government.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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Lebanon, Beirut, 11 July 2018  Each year, WFP runs summer nutrition camps across Lebanon. Children are invited from the 39 schools participating in WFP’s regular term-time snack programme where they receive a small bag each day containing fresh fruit and milk. At the camps, students learn about good nutrition practices in a fun environment. The camps are run by local partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) and fully funded by the Italian government.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. Corinne Fleischer, WFP Country Director visiting a mobile Jordaninan military health clinic where a 20-day old infant is receiving medical and nutrition assistance.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. Corinne Fleischer, WFP Country Director visiting a mobile Jordaninan military health clinic where a 20-day old infant is receiving medical and nutrition assistance.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. A 20-day old infant receiving medical and nutrition assistance in the mobile Jordanian military clinics.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. A 20-day old infant receiving medical and nutrition assistance in the mobile Jordanian military clinics.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. Corinne Fleischer, WFP Country Director visiting a mobile Jordaninan military health clinic where syrian children are receiving medical and nutrition assistance.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. Corinne Fleischer, WFP Country Director visiting a mobile Jordaninan military health clinic where syrian children are receiving medical and nutrition assistance.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. Corinne Fleischer, WFP Country Director visiting a mobile Jordaninan military health clinic where syrian children are receiving medical and nutrition assistance.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. A syrian child is receiving medical and nutrition assistance in the mobile Jordanian military clinics.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Jordan-Syria Border, Nasib Border Crossing (Jaber Nasib area), 4 July 2018  The Government of Syria has launched a military operation in the south on 17 June, targeting opposition-held areas in Dara’a governorate leading to the displacement of at least 300,000 people towards safer parts of Dara’a and Quneitra governorates, the Jordanian border and the Golan Heights.  WFP launched an immediate humanitarian response to provide emergency food assistance for newly-displaced families and has provided enough food assistance for 200,000 people so far.  So far, WFP distributed food for around 70,000 including ready to eat rations to displaced Syrians around the border area and in neighboring villages.  In the Photo: Jaber Nasib area, an international border crossing between Syria and Jordan. The Jordanian military has set up mobile health clinics and hospitals to assist internally displaced Syrians stranded in the area and in need of medical assistance. A syrian child is receiving medical and nutrition assistance in the mobile Jordanian military clinics.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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